Khurram Afridi

 

 


 

Khurram Afridi is an Assistant Professor of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at the University of Colorado (CU) Boulder. He received the BS degree in electrical engineering from Caltech (1989), and SM (1992) and PhD (1998) degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT. His research interests are in power electronics and energy systems incorporating power electronic controls. Prior to joining CU Boulder he was a visiting faculty at MIT's EECS Department (2009-2013) and the Chief Operating Officer (2000-2010) and Chief Technology Officer (1997-2000) of Techlogix. He has also worked for JPL, Lutron, Philips, and Schlumberger. From 2004 to 2008 he led the development of LUMS School of Science and Engineering (SSE) as Project Director. He received the Carnation Merit Award from Caltech (1988), the BMW Scientific Award from BMW AG (1999), and the Werner-von-Siemens Chair for Power Electronics from LUMS SSE (2008). He is the Technical Program Committee (TPC) chair for the IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC) 2015.




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This course covers the analysis and design of magnetic components, including inductors and transformers, used in power electronic converters. The course starts with an introduction to physical principles behind inductors and transformers, including the concepts of inductance, core material saturation, airgap and energy storage in inductors, reluctance and magnetic circuit modeling, transformer equivalent circuits, magnetizing and leakage inductance.

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